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Our award-winning pressure-based technology allows you to make informed, better completion decisions with minimum operational risk and cost.

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Out with the old, in with the revolutionary.
Reveal Energy Services develops innovative technology that generates hydraulic fracture maps of unprecedented accuracy and quality at minimum operational risk and cost using only surface pressure measurements from observation wells.
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DSCVRi

Cloud-Based Completion Evaluation Engine

The DSCVRi cloud-based completion evaluation engine improves completion performance with stage- and well-level data that you sift, sort, and display. These accessible data let you take a deeper dive into your hydraulic fracturing results so you can identify patterns and correlations quickly, enabling you to update the next stimulation plan confidently.

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FracEYESM

Frac Hit Analysis Service

FracEYE technology uses our pressure measurements from offset wells combined with treatment data for all stages fracked to understand and quantify the observed pressure variations and set-up warnings to alert for “frac-hits.”

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IMAGE FracTM

Pressure-Based Fracture Maps

The simple, accurate, affordable IMAGE Frac pressure-based fracture maps are setting a new standard in the oilfield by enabling operators to make informed decisions that validate a completion design on every well with minimal operational risk and cost.

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DSCVRiSM cloud-based completion evaluation engine.

07.19.2019

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Frac-hit Mitigation: Best practices for understanding and managing parent-chuld well interactions

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